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The Queens College Lens, V2, N2, 1939

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The Queens College Lens, V2, N2, 1939

Description

Student publications focused on photographing life at Queens college

Subject

Queens College (New York, NY.)
College student newspapers and periodicals

Creator

Queens College (New York, NY.)

Source

StudentPublications.Box20

Publisher

Queens College Department of Special Collections and Archives (New York, N.Y.)

Date

1939, Spring

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English

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Queens College (New York, NY.)

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The Queens College Lens
Published by Students of queens college, Flushing, N.Y.

A publiciation dedicated to the students and faculty of Queens College whose life and activities of campus and classroom are presented as seen through a camera's lens

Editorial Staff
Editor-in-Chief, Max Kupferberg

Managing editor, Kenneth Kupferberg

Literary Editor, John Holand

Photography editor
Harold Greiff

Photography Staff
Max Kupferberg
Kenneth Kupferberg
Thomas Swearingen
Paul Pasmantier
Seymour Fogel

Advertising Staff
CARL PRUNHUBER, Manager
Harold Greiff
John Howland
Bert Strauss
Alfred Walther

Art Staff
Alfred Walther, Manager
Jayne Finkelstein

Circulaton Staff
ROBERT MITCHELL, Manager
Jayne Finkelstein
Felicia Mascitelli

Business manager- Alfred Walther
Faculty Advisor- Dr. Donald E. Kirkpatrick

Photographs in this magazine may not be reproduced without written permission from the Lens.
VOTING ON THE CONSTITUTION: Gene Logan records the vote of an Upper Sophomore. Student Council reports shows that the Upper sophomores have the largest percentage of cast ballots.

LUNCHEON AT THE PRESIDENT'S: On Monday of Easter Week, student councilors were invited by Dr. Klapper to hold an informal meeting at his Flushing apartment. Discussion on extra-curricular finances began at ten-thirty, lasted until shortly before luncheon was served. The President's guests enjoyed a chicken salad and a lively conversation. Included in the picture are: L. to R., Robert O'Connor, President of the Upper Sophomore class, Gabriel Frontier, Janet Gilbraith, Murray Murtha, Dr.Klapper, Robert Bell, John Ritchie, Grace O'rourke, Walter Hirsch, president of the council and Mr. Thomas J. Hand and Dr. Phillips E. Bradley, council faculty advisors.

THE CONSTITUTION DISCUSSED- The Upper Sophomore class attending a discussion conducted by the student council. Speaking from platform and floor was, as usual, free and intelligent. Notice with what a great amount of attention several of the audience honored the photographer. Albert Kraus may be seen making a face at the camera from his second row seat.

PLAYSHOP'S CANDIDA:-

Student Directress Helen Steinreich goes over the script with members of the cast. George Bernard shaw's "Candida", the semester's varsity play, will be presented by the College Playshop early in may. Mrs. Elizabeth Goepp Scanlan, advisor of the group, plans to give a special benefit performance for politlcal refugrees.

Seated left to right are::- Helen Steinreich; Robert Keim (Marchbanks); George Hinkley (Morell); Marcella Hogan (Prossy): Christine Quinby (Candida). Standing left to right are: -Mortimer Roth (Burgess), william Patten (Lexy).

Freshman Defiance: - Singing the "Sophomore Death Song", this valiant little group of freshmen tried to drum up some support. Their objects was to "rush" sophomore presietn O'Connor, and deprive him of his trousers. Their fellow freshman were non-cooperative, and their plan fell through.

SHORTHAND AND DICTATION:- These students are taking advantage of spring weather to do some outdoor learning. While most co-eds would do some chatting, these conscientious girls practice to be good secretaries.

Citation

Queens College (New York, NY.), “The Queens College Lens, V2, N2, 1939,” Queens College Archives and Special Collections, accessed November 23, 2017, http://archives.qc.cuny.edu/queenscollege/items/show/516.